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How do you aggregate two types of data?

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Does aggregate mean using (sum, average, count etc) or does it mean something else? Please give an example on how to aggregate two types of data.

I'm using Splunk Search and Reporting (search query only)

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can you provide sample data and search string?

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The data i have are xml files and lookup tables. I just want an explannation of what aggregate two data types mean. Thanks!

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Thank you!

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Hi ,

You can check the below link on aggregate functions and how to use those functions in splunk

http://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/7.2.0/SearchReference/Aggregatefunctions

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Thank you! If i have two different sources is it possible to aggregate those two togther and let's say find the average for both of them ? Or i have to find the average of each of them seperatly.

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Yes , it is possible to aggregate those two together and find the average for both of them

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Thank you! do you have an example please ?

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